3 ways how Sami Zayn can come back into The Bloodline

Despite his unceremonious departure from the alliance, Reigns would miss Sami Zayn's presence since the latter was a savvy tactician who aided the stable in a variety of ways.

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By Blesson Daniel | Feb 5, 2023 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


At WWE Royal Rumble, former Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn’s stint as a member of The Bloodline came to an end. The Honorary Uce attended ringside as Roman Reigns defended his uncontested world title against Kevin Owens in the main event, and he was told by Reigns to stay by his side the whole night. Owens kept his word and handed The Tribal Chief everything he had, but it was not enough.

Reigns used his third Spear of the encounter to finish down The Prizefighter. Following the bout, The Bloodline beat down Owens while Zayn looked on. The Tribal Chief insisted on the former Honorary Uce joining the attack, but he instead attacked Roman with a steel chair. The Bloodline then thrashed Sami Zayn after Jey Uso declined to take part.

Despite his unceremonious departure from the alliance, Reigns would miss Zayn’s presence since the latter was a savvy tactician who aided the stable in a variety of ways. This might eventually lead to Zayn being admitted to The Bloodline.

The following are three possibilities that might allow Sami Zayn to return to The Bloodline.

1. Sami Zayn offering help to Jey Uso next week on WWE SmackDown

Braun Strowman and Ricochet defeated Imperium’s Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci in the finals of the SmackDown Tag Team tournament on Friday night. As Jey’s concerns with The Bloodline remain unsolved, the Usos may be at their weakest heading into the championship showdown next week.

If Jey Uso is still missing next Friday, Sami Zayn may volunteer to replace him in the bout. Sami may even be able to meet with The Tribal Chief in his locker room if he leads The Usos to win over Ricochet and Braun Strowman on SmackDown next Friday.

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2. Sami Zayn not fighting or forfeting at WWE Elimination Chamber as a peace offering

The WWE Universe is itching to see Sami Zayn pull off the unthinkable and eventually dethrone The Tribal Chief at Elimination Chamber. However, the odds are that The Tribal Chief’s vision for the match will come true and Zayn will lose in front of his family.

Zayn may be tired of being the victim of another of The Bloodline’s beatings and opt to stay at home on February 18. As a consequence, Roman Reigns may skip the Elimination Chamber and focus on Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 39.

3. Zayn could apologize to ‘Roman Reigns’The Tribal Chief’

This past Friday night on WWE SmackDown, Sami Zayn exacted some retribution on Roman Reigns. He assaulted Roman Reigns during his post-show promo, but Solo Sikoa and Jimmy Uso came to his aid. Jimmy and Solo spent the night looking for Jey Uso but were unable to locate the angry Bloodline member.

Reigns agreed to defend his belt against The former Honorary Uce at Elimination Chamber in Zayn’s hometown of Montreal. If Zayn ever wants to return to The Bloodline, one of his few options is to openly apologize to The Tribal Chief and request that the championship match at Elimination Chamber be annulled.

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